What Does it Mean to be Green by Rana DiOrio
Part of the award-winning What Does It Mean to Be...? series, What Does It Mean to Be Green? explores how children can help protect the Earth's precious resources each and every day in an accessible and understandable way.
Many schools offer recycling programs for cans, bottles, and paper, but what else can kids do every day to protect our world? Learning simple steps even the youngest child can try, like drawing on two sides of their paper instead of one or turning off the water while they brush their teeth. Kids will feel empowered and a part of a bigger movement of environmental purpose.
Readers will discover amazing facts (like our food travels an average of 1,500 miles to be on our plate!) and realize there’s so much they—and we—can do to save our world!
About the author:
Rana DiOrio has written her way through life as a student, a lawyer, an investment banker, a private equity investor, and now as an author and creator of children’s media. Her personal pursuits include fitness training, practicing yoga, reading nonfiction and children’s literature, dreaming big dreams, and helping others realize theirs.
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